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In small town Saskatchewan, prostitutes aren't walking the streets but they're still working the scene. According to police, the women use websites like Reginabackpage. Shane St. John of the Weyburn Police Service. We don't see that at all. It's all behind closed doors. Weyburn Mayor Debra Button says she first noticed the advertisements for service on Twitter about six months ago. Weyburn police have seen an increase in prostitution over the past year-and-a-half, and they say the problem isn't unique to "The Opportunity City.
But changing legislation and Bill C create a challenge for law enforcement. Despite knowing when and where these women will be, criminal charges are difficult to pursue. Police say it's the crime that accompanies prostitution that actually has the biggest impact on communities.
Organized crime in Estevan has reached the point where police are looking to tackle the problem head-on. The force is in the midst of creating a drug and intelligence unit to deal directly with drug activity and gather information on organized crime, including prostitution.
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